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Matthieu de Lapparent

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Matthieu de Lapparent

International journals

Published

Total: 10

    Book chapters

    • de Palma, A., de Lapparent, M., and Picard, N. (2015). Modeling real estate investment decisions in households. In Bierlaire, de Palma, Hurtubia and Waddell (ed) <em>Integrated transport and land use modeling for sustainable cities</em> (ISBN: 978-2-940222-72-8) pp.137-159. EPFL Press.

    Papers in conference proceedings

    • Fernandez-Antolin, A., Lurkin, V., de Lapparent, M., and Bierlaire, M. (2017). Discrete-continuous maximum likelihood for the estimation of nested logit models. Proceedings of the 16th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) 17-19 May, 2017.
    • Fernandez-Antolin, A., de Lapparent, M., and Bierlaire, M. (2016). Uncovering substitution patterns in new car sales using a cross nested logit model. Proceedings of the 16th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) 18-20 May, 2016.
    • Saujot, M., de Lapparent, M., Arnaud, E., and Prados, E. (2015). To make LUTI models operational tools for planning. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management (CUPUM) July 7-10, 2015.
    • Baillif, M., de Lapparent, M., Fernandez-Antolin, A., and Bierlaire, M. (2015). Modeling consideration for electric vehicles and plug-in electric vehicles in car renewal. Proceedings of the 15th Swiss Transportation Research Conference (STRC) April 15-17, 2015.
    • Markov, I., de Lapparent, M., Bierlaire, M., and Varone, S. (2015). Modeling a waste disposal process via a discrete mixture of count data models. Proceedings of the 15th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) April 15-17, 2015.
    • Tinguely, L., Danalet, A., de Lapparent, M., and Bierlaire, M. (2015). Destination Choice Model including a panel effect using WiFi localization in a pedestrian facility. Proceedings of the 15th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC) April 15-17, 2015.
    • Peiravian, F., de Lapparent, M., and Derrible, S. (2015). Transportation Networks, People, and Buildings: Characterization of Urban System Components. Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting (TRB) January 11-15, 2015.

    Technical reports

    Seminars

    Reviewing

  • Transportation (4)
  • International Journal of Sustainable Transporation (1)
  • Journal of Transportation Safety and Security (1)
  • La Revue Economique (1)
  • Procedia Engineering (1)
  • Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice (1)
  • Transportation Research Part B: Methodological (1)
  • Transportation Research Procedia (1)
  • Transportation Science (1)
  • Total: 12 reviews for 9 journals (since 2004). Per year: 2017: 1, 2016: 2, 2015: 8, 2014: 1.

    Research projects

    Electric vehicle adoption dynamics: exploring market potentials
    Sponsor: Nissan
    Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Matthieu de Lapparent (PM), Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Period: April 01, 2014-March 31, 2017
    <strong>This project proposes innovative methods to identify the determinants of acceptance of alternative vehicles and their impact on everyday mobility.</strong> <p>The greatest challenge faced by the promoters of the transition towards this low carbon engine technology lies in understanding how consumers accept the financial and lifestyle investments associated with the leap from traditional to electric powertrains. This project proposes innovative methods to identify the determinants of acceptance of alternative vehicles and their impact on everyday mobility. A deeper understanding of adoption dynamics is critical to predict who will opt for EVs when and under which conditions. </p><p> This project will focus on innovative data-collection and modelling methodologies to uncover the acceptance of EVs at different stages of market-penetration (considering inexperienced/experienced users, early pioneers/late-adopters). A thorough analysis of the consumer decision-making process will lead to uncovering the barriers and success factors related to EV uptake and to forecast buying and usage behaviours related to new vehicle classes. </p>
    Revisiting the Route Choice Problem: A Multi-Level Modeling Framework for Route Choice Analysis Based On Latent Constructs
    Sponsor: Swiss National Science Foundation
    Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Matthieu de Lapparent (PM), Evanthia Kazagli
    Period: October 01, 2013-September 30, 2016
    This project aims at developing behavioral models integrating the latent constructs that drive travel behavior. The objective of the project is to set the foundations of an innovative framework that facilitates the analysis and prediction of route choice behavior. Motivated by the complexity of the route choice models, we build on solid ground of the current state of the art and add on it by proposing a new approach that reduces model complexity and brings great flexibility to the analysis. The approach is inspired by the fact that people break down the complexity of the environment by forming representations of their surrounding space. Following this reasoning, we replace the conventional representation of routes which is based on paths, i.e. link-by-link sequences on the network model, with more aggregate elements that we denote as mental representation items. This key feature of the framework allows us to reduce the complexity of the model and at the same time is more behaviorally realistic.
    ACTUM
    Sponsor: The Danish Council for Strategic Research
    Team: Michel Bierlaire (PI), Matthieu de Lapparent (PM)
    Period: March 01, 2011-March 01, 2016
    The ACTUM research collaboration project involves development of an activity-based modelling framework for Copenhagen that is aimed at handling the future requirements for transport policy evaluations in Denmark.

    Regular teaching

    Modélisation des systèmes de transports
    Year: Fall 2016
    Section(s): Civil Engineering
    Lecturers: Anne Curchod, Matthieu de Lapparent
    Number of students: 46
    Villes et Transports
    Year: Fall 2016
    Section(s): Civil Engineering
    Lecturer: Matthieu de Lapparent
    Number of students: 40
    Decision-aid methodologies in transportation
    Year: Spring 2016
    Section(s): Civil Engineering
    Lecturers: Matthieu de Lapparent, Shadi Sharif Azadeh
    Teaching assistant: Anna Fernandez Antolin, Tomás Robenek, Yousef Maknoon, Evanthia Kazagli
    Webpage: http://transp-or.epfl.ch/courses/decisionAid2016/index.php
    Mathematical modeling of behavior
    Year: Fall 2015
    Section(s): Mathematics, Master in Financial Engineering
    Lecturers: Michel Bierlaire, Matthieu de Lapparent
    Teaching assistant: Evanthia Kazagli, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Webpage: http://transp-or.epfl.ch/courses/dca2015/
    Decision-aid methodologies in transportation
    Year: Spring 2015
    Section(s): Civil Engineering
    Lecturers: Matthieu de Lapparent, Shadi Sharif Azadeh
    Teaching assistant: Evanthia Kazagli, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Iliya Markov, Yousef Maknoon
    Webpage: http://transp-or.epfl.ch/courses/decisionAid2015/index.php
    Mathematical modeling of behavior
    Year: Fall 2014
    Section(s): Mathematics, Master in Financial Engineering
    Lecturers: Michel Bierlaire, Matthieu de Lapparent
    Teaching assistant: Anna Fernandez Antolin, Evanthia Kazagli
    Webpage: http://transp-or.epfl.ch/courses/dca2014/

    Miscellaneous lectures

    Hybrid Choice Models (ctd)
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 16, 2017-February 16, 2017
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Matthieu de Lapparent
    Assistants: Evanthia Kazagli, Meritxell Pacheco, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Logit Mixture; Hybrid Choice Models
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 15, 2017-February 15, 2017
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Matthieu de Lapparent
    Assistants: Evanthia Kazagli, Meritxell Pacheco, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Forecasting; Combining RP and SP
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 14, 2017-February 14, 2017
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Meritxell Pacheco
    Assistants: Evanthia Kazagli, Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Nested logit; Specification testing
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 13, 2017-February 13, 2017
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Evanthia Kazagli
    Assistants: Meritxell Pacheco, Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Introduction; Logit estimation
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, February 12, 2017-February 12, 2017
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Evanthia Kazagli
    Assistants: Meritxell Pacheco, Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Logit Mixture; Combining SP and RP
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, March 23, 2016-March 23, 2016
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Matthieu de Lapparent
    Assistants: Evanthia Kazagli, Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Forecasting; Nested Logit
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, March 22, 2016-March 22, 2016
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Assistants: Evanthia Kazagli, Matthieu de Lapparent
    Logit Models; Specification testing
    Program: Discrete Choice Analysis: Predicting Demand and Market Shares, March 21, 2016-March 21, 2016
    School: EPFL
    Lecturer: Anna Fernandez Antolin
    Assistants: Evanthia Kazagli, Matthieu de Lapparent

    Project supervision

    Masters theses

    Pauline Hansotte
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Modelling High Mobility Practices in Santiago de Chile
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent
    Expert: Prof. Ricardo Hurtubia
    21/09/2017-09/02/2018
    Cosupervised by Prof. Vincent Kaufmann
    Alexis Gumy
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Dynamiques de la grande mobilité
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: V. Kaufmann, E. Ravalet, Sebastien Munafo
    20/02/2017-16/06/2017
    Christophe Paillard
    Section: Mathematics
    Concurrence sur les marchés automobiles européens: une approche par la modélisation de la demande
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: Antonin Danalet
    20/02/2017-16/06/2017
    Mathieu Plourde
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Modeling Heterogeneity of Drivers Route Choice Behavior in Quebec
    Supervision:Evanthia Kazagli, Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: Charisma Choudhury
    20/02/2017-16/06/2017
    Marc-Edouard Schultheiss
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Integrating Bicycle Travel Demand to a Land-Use and Transport Model
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Marija Nikolic, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: Christopher Zegras
    20/02/2017-16/06/2017
    Elisabeth Zbinden
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Passenger's Connection Time Preferences in Airline Itinerary Choice
    Supervision:Virginie Lurkin, Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: Laurie Garrow
    20/02/2017-16/06/2017
    Anna-Katharina Clodong
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Discrete choice model for the automobile market: modeling willingness-to-pay for marginal and non marginal changes in car attributes
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert:
    10/02/2016-10/06/2016
    Takao Dantsuji
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Disaggregate modeling of vehicle-miles traveled: what about users of alternative-fuel vehicles?
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert:
    15/09/2015-01/02/2016
    Baillif Maurin
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Modeling consideration and willingness-to-pay for electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in car renewal
    Supervision:Matthieu de Lapparent, Anna Fernandez Antolin, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: Yves Delacrétaz
    16/02/2015-20/07/2015
    Loïc Tinguely
    Section: Civil Engineering
    Exploiting pedestrian WiFi traces for destination choice modeling
    Supervision:Antonin Danalet, Matthieu de Lapparent, Michel Bierlaire
    Expert: Andres Sevtsuk
    16/02/2015-17/07/2015

    Semester projects

    • Emotions and risky discrete choices, Le Sueur Cécile Christianne Anny Déborah Suzanne (SMA), June 02, 2017
    • Accounting for dynamics in pedestrian multi-class speed-density relationship, Marc-Edouard Schultheiss (GC), December 23, 2016
    • 4. Modeling Route Choice in Quebec City Using Mental Representations, Mathieu Plourde, December 23, 2016
    • Passengers' connection time preferences in airline itinerary choice, Elisabeth Zbinden (GC), December 23, 2016
    • Grandes mobilités réversibles. Approche par la modélisation dynamique de choix discrets., Alexis Gumy, December 23, 2016
    • Une modélisation de la grande mobilité, Pauline Hosotte, December 23, 2016
    • Modeling evolution of sales of alternative fuel vehicles in Europe, Christophe Paillard (MA), June 17, 2016
    • Modeling route choice in Québec using mental representations, Mathieu Plourde, June 03, 2016
    • Hedonic pricing of car attributes: a comparison across European countries, Anna-Katharina Clodong (GC), January 30, 2016
    • Development of an aggregate route choice model for a big network, Arriagada Diego Alexandre, June 19, 2015
    • A destination choice model for EPFL Campus, Loïc Tinguely (SGC), December 19, 2014
    • Accounting for attitudes in modeling demand for electric vehicles, Maurin Baillif (GC), December 19, 2014